|by Louise Spilsbury|
This title is part of a series that introduces young readers to key foods, looking at how they reach our plate, and what they provide nutritionally.
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In small saucepan, ... and 1 cup bananas. Gently fold ... remaining whipped topping over pudding. Chill pie for 2 hours until firm. (130 calories per serving.)
Beat Rich Whip. Add sugar, lemon juice, and salt. Fold in bananas and beaten egg whites.
In small saucepan, ... 1 cup of bananas. Gently fold ... spread evenly. Spread remaining whipped topping over pudding. Chill pie for 2 hours or until firm.
Blend the applesauce and the bananas in a food ... chunks remaining. Spoon into individual dessert cups. Refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving. Serves 4.
Put a seasonal ... with this pumpkin mousse, topped with ... whipped cream and bananas until blended to ... sodium; 45g carbohydrate; 3g fiber; 6g protein.
Layer in mold, first mousse, then graham crackers, Cool Whip, bananas, then more mousse. Make final layer Cool Whip garnished with whole grahams.
Any other fruit ... effect, use chocolate mousse or pudding, omit ... garnish. Refrigerate about 2 hours prior to serving; even better done the day before.
Puree bananas in blender. Drain ... Turn gelatin mix into pineapple lined bowl. Refrigerate until firm. Garnish with remaining 3 pineapple slices. Serves 8.
Puree bananas in blender. Drain ... gelatin into pineapple lined bowl. Refrigerate until firm. Garnish with remaining pineapple slices and whole strawberries.
Dissolve Jello in ... white. Fold in sour cream. Toss bananas with lemon juice and add to Jello mixture. Pour into an oiled 2 quart ring mold and chill.
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